Table No 21 reports exciting box office revenue collections

Rajeev Khandelwal, Tena Desae

Mumbai, Jan 3, 2013 (Washington Bangla Radio) Eros International & NextGen Films' Table no.21 opened to an encouraging response, creating a splash at the box office – with screens registering exciting collections, despite competition from 3 other releases. Not to mention, the Indo-Pak cricket match.

Bringing in consistent footfalls across theatres in the country, the thriller made on a humble budget, garnered Rs. 1.55 cr on Friday, Rs. 2.04 cr on Saturday, Rs. 2.25 cr on Sunday and Rs. 1.02 cr on Monday.

The Table no.21 team also find themselves excited on the remarkable domestic collections and the reviews coming the film’s way.

Said acclaimed critic and trade analyst Taran Adarsh “Table no 21 ,which sets the ball rolling in 2013,truly symbolizes a riveting thriller .The film is a commendable movoe-going experience.If you are an extremely choosy moviegoer who watches select first-rate films a year,make sure Table no 21 is included on your listing”.

Says Madhureeta Mukherjee,Zoom and TOI “For a story that stays focused on the lead couple, and a game-show on an island, Aditya Datt has done a good job of entertaining, serving some suspense (intriguing, if not nail-biting) and dishing it out with some hard reality bytes.If you're looking for a different taste for your cinema palates (minus the mirch masala), book a seat for Table No. 21. Bon appetit!”

Elated with the film’s box office performance says producer Viki Rajani , “Nothing could be more fulfilling than having your work appreciated .We are excited with the great reviews and warm response coming our way”.

Adds Rajeev Khandelwal, “We are getting amazing feedback and I am very happy. This is what I expected. I am generally very critical about my own work but here Aditya has got everything correct.”

Presented by Eros International and produced by NextGen Films, Aditya Dutt  ‘s Table no.21 starring Rajeev Khandelwal, Tena Desae and Paresh Rawal released 4th January 2012.

Rajeev Khandelwal



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